THE 2019-2020 CINTAS FELLOWSHIPS COMPETITION IS OPEN

CONCERT: March 20th, 2019

New Music Miami Concert with CINTAS Fellows Works

The concert will be held at 7:30 PM on Wednesday, March 20 at the FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios 420 Lincoln Road 4th floor main gallery. A brief preconcert talk will be held at 7:00 PM with the composers present. Admission is free and open to the public. READ MORE

EXHIBITION: March 14th - June 9th, 2019

A Gaze through the CINTAS Fellowship Program: a Selection of Works from the CINTAS Foundation and the Art Museum of the Americas Collections

MARCH 14-JUNE 9, 2019— The Organization of American States (OAS) AMA | Art Museum of the Americas and the CINTAS Foundation proudly present A Gaze through the CINTAS Fellowship Program: a Selection of Works from the CINTAS Foundation and the Art Museum of the Americas Collections. This exhibition illustrates the fruitful efforts of the CINTAS Foundation in promoting the arts of Cubans and descendants of Cubans beyond the island, for more than 55 years, juxtaposing works from the Foundation with those of the Art Museum of the Americas collection, through works of artists of the Cuban vanguard such as Hugo Consuegra and Mario Carreño, as well as artists who emerged from the later 20th century such as Andrés Serrano and Ana Mendieta. READ MORE

EXHIBITION: February 16th – May 19th, 2019

CINTAS Fellow Zilia Sánchez at the Phillips in Washington, D.C.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Phillips Collection is delighted to present Zilia Sánchez: Soy Isla (I Am an Island), the first museum retrospective of the prolific, innovative, and yet largely unknown Cuban artist Zilia Sánchez (b. 1926, Havana). The exhibition features over 60 works from the early 1950s to the present, including paintings, works on paper, shaped canvases, sculptural pieces, graphic illustrations, and ephemera. Zilia Sánchez: Soy Isla (I Am an Island) will be on view February 16–May 19, 2019, and will be accompanied by a major publication and newly commissioned artist’s documentary about her life and work. READ MORE 

 

THE CINTAS FELLOWS

The CINTAS fellowships have given Cuban artists “the incentive to work, the hope of a viable future, the self-respect, and in many cases the material means to do well in a highly competitive society to which they had arrived in the worst possible circumstances,” wrote the late artist and first CINTAS winner Daniel Serra-Badué. Learn more 

 

THE COLLECTIONS

The CINTAS Foundation oversees two important art collections in the United States. The Master Paintings from the Spanish School include pieces that date back to the 16th century and Spain’s Golden Age. Among the works in the collection are Ribera’s Saint Peter (right), El Greco’s Christ Carrying the Cross and Feast in the House of Simon, Murillo’s Portrait of A Gentleman Holding A Hat, and Goya’s Admiral José de Mazarredo and Marquis de Caballero. The CINTAS Fellows Collection, on long-term loan to Miami Dade College Museum of Art & Design at the Historic Freedom Tower, is believed to be the largest gathering of Cuban exile art anywhere. . Learn more 

 

From the CINTAS Fellows Collection

THE CINTAS FELLOWSHIPS

CINTAS Fellowships acknowledge creative accomplishments and encourage excellence in architecture & design, literature, music composition and the visual arts. Eligibility is limited to artists of Cuban citizenship or direct descent (having a Cuban parent or grandparent). Applications are reviewed by panels of qualified members from each artistic discipline. The Board of the CINTAS Foundation, Inc., awards fellowships based on the recommendations of the panels. Learn more 

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